Roulette: Playing to Win PDF (Adobe DRM) download by Brett Morton

Roulette: Playing to Win

High Stakes
Publication date: February 2004
ISBN: 9781842438121
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Brett Morton wanted to prove the experts were wrong. ""Win at roulette?"" they scoffed. ""Impossible."" You could almost hear them say ""Bah! Humbug!"" So he set about learning how to play, observing why people won and lost. Over the past ten years, he has debated with casino staff, statisticians, mathematicians, friends and other experts. All bar one were convinced that the casino could not be beaten â¿¿ or if it could, then not consistently. But Morton insists the experts are mistaken, something he has learned through sheer discipline, by keeping it simple and understanding that winning at roulette is a percentage game. This book explains in plain language just how easy it is to win or lose at roulette. Winning occasionally is simple. His aim was to win consistently. Morton, after watching, playing and listening all over the world, distilled the information, working out why he too had been losing too often. From that base, Morton realised that winning every visit is impossible. Each spin of the wheel is a new and usually random event. Every spin is a fight against the casino's advantages. It was a challenge â¿¿ to debunk the theorists, especially those who had never played. His research and hard work proved he was right: winning consistently is possible. Morton proved that mathematical theory and clinical statistics, flawless in concept, blinker common sense and have no place in determining why people win and lose in casinos. After all, taking British casinos as a good example, the odds against the player can be as small as 1.31% - yet the casinos still expect to win between 20 and 30% from roulette players over a year. Enough said! Despite the casino's edge and even playing with the American double-zero, roulette tackled with skill, discipline and experience is a game at which consistent winning is perfectly possible. But consistent winning does not mean that every casino visit ends with a celebration. It means winning most of the time and ensuring that losses on the horrific days are contained and do not destroy all the other good work. Morton explains the methods used, rates many of the well-known systems but above all brings a clear and refreshing vision to this tantalising game. The pundits are wrong! This book unlocks the secrets. It explains how and why you can Win at Roulette.
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